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Different Business Degrees

What are some different business degrees, you ask?

King's College

I received my undergrad business degree from a state university, and it’s served me well so far. Of course, I’m an entrepreneur, and that’s just not for everyone. Regardless, going to business school opens doors, both for networking (it’s not what you know, it’s who you know, right?) and for the education itself. It also leads to a bigger pay check if you’re interested in sticking it out in the corporate world. Here’s a few concentrations you could think of checking out. And if you’re even more interested, here are the top 20 business schools of 2010 and an article about a tuition-free college offering business school-level education as well.

Undergraduate Business Majors


It’s one of the best jobs in North America in terms of stress level (low), compensation (high) and career placement after graduation (fast). It’s a system by which economic information is identified, recorded, summarized and reported for the use of decision makers.

If you are considering a career in accounting, you should have an aptitude for mathematics and be able to analyze, compare, and interpret facts and figures quickly. You must then be able to clearly communicate your results to clients and managers. The two newest study areas in accounting degrees are ethics and computer science. High standards of integrity are important in accounting.

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